If you're even a casual Patriots fan, you wouldn't doubt for even a second that Patriots quarterback Tom Brady won't play tomorrow. Yes, he's listed as questionable. And yes, he will play tomorrow.
I only bring this up because, while watching ESPN today (shoot me), I saw the headline (Brady to Sit?). Really? If there's any player that will play through the pain, it's Tom Brady.
Last year, Brady played through cracked ribs and broken finger on his throwing hand. He's played the last two weeks through a sprained foot. Of course, it's got to be soar. But lets be real, this is Tom Brady. If Brady went through surgery to remove his throwing arm, he would still be begging to get out there.
That's not to say it's not a situation to watch: it is. Brady missed practice and on a short week that could certainly have its affects. However, with a 10+ day break until the Jets game next Monday, don't expect Brady to not suit up tomorrow, despite what his injury report designation may be, and what the media may be saying.
Players that look unlikely to play include Mike Wright (concussion), Jonathan Wilhite (hip), and Stephen Neal (shoulder). All are listed as questionable and should be gametime decisions. Other players listed as questionable include Jarrad Page, Fred Taylor, and Myron Pryor.